The truth about television violence and children

media violence does not cause aggression

Discuss what makes a "true" hero. Education should start at home.

tv violence presentation

It was movie night and my 7-year-old daughter, Chloe, was begging for Star Wars. Laboratory experiments manipulate one phenomenon — in this case, exposure to media violence — and keep all others constant.

This has been widely seen lately with the advent of the Mighty Morphin' Power Rangers.

media violence and aggression

The child needs to create violence to keep himself satisfied Dorr DVR it: Sometimes you need a few kids-out-of-hair minutes to make an important phone call, and you're stuck with whatever happens to be on TV.

The results were that the children who watched more violent television were more likely to agree that "it's okay to hit someone if you're mad at them for a good reason.

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Is media violence damaging to kids?